1 bedroom | 1 bathroom (1 full, 0 half) | Bed And Breakfast
The West End Suite, located on the second floor in the Ludlow House, is bathed in light from the four stunning stained-glass windows along the wall which are adorned with Dupioni silk drapes. They offer an amazing view of St. Paul's Episcopal Church just across the street. The historically inspired décor complements the carefully renovated accommodations that feature a king-size bed and bathroom with a lovely, clawfoot bathtub and large, walk-in shower.
The Ludlow House is a late Victorian frame dwelling of Queen Anne style influence. Situated on a tranquil street, it’s ideal for a peaceful night's rest. The basic form of the house is a rectangular block with hipped and gabled roof, shallow rectangular bays on either side, and a small one-story ell at the rear. Original stained glass is a prominent feature of the house. Nearly all of the upper sashes are bordered by square and rectangular panes of multi-colored glass, while the lower sashes of the stairway windows are completely infilled with small squares of brightly colored glass. Even the semi-circular fanlight of the front entrance is of stained glass. The Ludlow House was built in 1887 for Jacob Lott Ludlow’s new bride Myra Margarette Hunt of Easton, Pennsylvania. From 1889 to 1892, Ludlow served as the first engineer for the township of Winston. He later organized and directed the movement for the consolidation of Winston and Salem which occurred in 1913.
Summit Street Inns is comprised of two historic homes, The Sheppard House and Ludlow House, both within a short walk to the best restaurants in the city. It boasts 10 luxurious overnight guest suites, extraordinary baths, billiards room, event space and on-site parking.
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